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Gatorboard, Foam Core, Coroplast, Sintra and ACM Panel, Wood, Aluminum and 3-Dimensional signage for every application
Foam core displays are commonly used for advertising and directional signage at indoor events, retail sale signage, restaurant menus, art mounts, picture frame backings, science projects, and more! To display your foam core sign, use a tabletop or floorstanding sign holder, easel, or even an iPad stand for an impactful and engaging display.
While gatorboard and foam core are both types of foam display boards, there are some differences in their design and durability.
Gatorboard is a tougher and more durable type of foam board, but is also more expensive. To determine which material is better suited for your needs, there are several factors to consider. If your display will be used outdoors, the weather-resistant coating on gatorboard may be necessary. To promote a temporary indoor event, the foam board is a suitable and economic solution.
While gatorboard is recommended for long-term use, both signage solutions can last up to 2 years when handled with care and properly stored.
Foam board (or foam core) is a type of display board with a dense foam interior and outer facing made of thin, white cardboard.
The coating on this cardboard acts like a painted primer and is tailor-made for direct-printing, especially with the UV ink process. Foam board is significantly less expensive than gatorboard.
ACM Panel Features:
ACM Panel is an innovative and versatile composite material that is suitable for outdoor signage.
ACM Panel comprises two aluminum sheets sandwiching a polyethylene core – all bonded together with toughened adhesive in a continuous production process.
The aluminum outer sheets are enamel-baked and coated with polyester (coil coating procedure). The result is a composite sheet – lightweight but at the same time highly durable and rigid – with outstanding characteristics ideally suitable both for interior and for exterior uses.
ACM Panel Applications: